Rating of the most photographed places on the planet
• Rating of the most photographed places in the world
Sightsmap presented a list of the most photographed places on the planet. The results were determined based on the performance map, which collects data on the most photographed sites. The map displayed so-called "hot" locations, defined by the number of photos to Panoramio service.
Panoramio allows you to put the tags on photos and attractions to fill them in Google Maps. Service involves the organization of geotags images, such as "Paris" and "Eiffel Tower", which is much easier to find photos of a particular object.
The most "photogenic" places that are more likely to fall into the lenses of photographers are marked in yellow. Then descending followed by orange, pink and purple.
Completes Ten St. Stephen's Basilica in Budapest.
Caminito Street in Buenos Aires, ranked ninth. This lively place with colorful houses are very popular among tourists.
The street got its name after the famous tango "Caminito", written in 1926 by composer Juan Diaz Fliberto
An eighth place was awarded Piazzale Michelangelo, which offers a wonderful panoramic view of Florence.
The seventh place went to Hotel de Paris in Monte Carlo. The building was involved in the filming of the James Bond film "Golden Eye".
The building is constantly can see many luxury cars parked on the background of which are so fond of being photographed by tourists.
In sixth place was Venice. Epicenter pictures became Bridge Akademii- there a magnificent view over Venice's buildings.
View from the Bridge.
The fifth place is occupied by the Istanbul Maiden's Tower, located on a small island in the Bosphorus Straits, Turkey.
In the fourth place went to Paris. The greatest attention of photographers was awarded no Eiffel Tower, and the cabaret "Moulin Rouge".
The third place went to Parc Guell in Barcelona. Not surprising, because the colorful work of Antonio Gaudi effectively looked in the pictures.
The second place went to Rome. The most popular sites of the city was the famous Spanish Steps.
New York tops the list of the most photographed places. However, the most popular objects for the shooting were not "Empire State Building" or the Statue of Liberty, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, which was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Outside view.